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Bigfoot: DNA Evidence Shows Its A Human Relative!

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Does Bigfoot really exist?

A team of scientists in Texas claim they have genetic evidence that it does exist, and the creature is part human.

Dr. Melba Ketchum, a Texas veterinarian, led the study and claims her company, DNA Diagnostics, has broken the genetic code with some supposed Sasquatch samples.

Fresno resident Jeffrey Gonzalez is the founder of the Sanger Paranormal Society, who also does a weekly Internet radio show.

Gonzalez says he is not surprised by the 5-year-old long DNA study that claims Bigfoot is a human relative, which arose about 15,000 years ago.

Jeffrey Gonzalez says, "These things are for real, when you have military personnel, law enforcement, people of credibility coming up to me telling me these things are for real, but we can't talk about it. "

Gonzalez does admit there are still a lot of questions with the Texas DNA study.

Last year, we spoke with Gonzalez's group who displayed an impression found on a pickup window, parked in a remote area of the high Sierra.

The group says the impression is the most convincing evidence of Bigfoot since the Patterson film of 1967.

Gonzalez says, "I believe we have the gold ticket, what has 8-inch lips and 6-inch nostrils but Bigfoot."

It is important to note, as of now the 5-year DNA study has no credibility in the scientific community. The findings have yet to pass a peer review.

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